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SEPTEMBER 15, 2011

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Two Announcements

Radical Network Realignment
Radical
Network
Realignment
Mail Processing Facility Study List
Mail
Processing
Facility Study
List

Mail Volume Shifting to a Less Profitable Mix

Volume in Billions of Pieces

NETWORK CAPACITY
NETWORK CAPACITY
NETWORK CAPACITY
NETWORK CAPACITY

Processing Facilities

Decrease in Processing Facilities Through 2011

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Processing Facilities

Proposed Decrease in Processing Facilities Through 2013

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Mail Processing Facility Footprint

487 Facilities Today

Current Mail Processing Sites

Current Mail Processing Sites

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Mail Processing Facility Footprint

Studying 252 Facilities for Potential Closure

  • Currently Under Study

  • Announced Today

Currently Under Study Announced Today Gaining Sites

Gaining Sites

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Mail Processing Facility Footprint

Proposed Network 10
Proposed Network
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Mail Processing Redesign

Mail Processing Redesign 11

Current Reach

Potential Network Change

Driving Efficiency

FUTURE NETWORK Support 2-3 day Service Standards Revised Entry Times Reduced Equipment Reduced Footprint

BENEFITS Eliminate Excess Capacity More Efficient Transportation Network Fully Utilized Workforces Up to $3 Billion Cost Reduction

Our Customers

CHANGES Planning for new mail processing footprint and transport pattern Transitioning to 2-3 day service standard

OUR APPROACH Industry-specific strategies

Ongoing communication and collaborative solutions

559,000

151,000

35,000

Our Employees

Total Career Employees

Total Mail Processing Employees

Fewer Mail Processing Positions

Our Future Network

$20 billion Cost Reduction by 2015

Key Areas Requiring Legislative Action

Delivery Frequency – authority to go from 6- to 5- Day Delivery

FERS Refund – return $6.9 billion in overpayments to the Postal Service

Resolve the current mandate to pre-fund Retiree Health Benefits by $5.5 billion annually and manage legacy cost going forward

Transfer CSRS overpayment ($50 billion), or

Allow Postal Service to restructure its healthcare system to make it independent of federal programs — USPS Health Care Program

Key Areas Requiring Legislative Action

Managing Workforce – allow reductions in the number of bargaining unit postal employees to follow Reduction-in-Force provisions applicable to other federal employees

Retirement Plan – allow Postal Service to provide a defined contribution retirement plan for its new hires; can be accomplished via OPM

Streamlined Governance Model to speed pricing and product decisions

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